In addition to our Sunday App of the Week feature, we also summarize some of our favorite B2B sales & marketing posts from around the Web each week. We’ll miss a ton of great stuff, so if you found something you think is worth sharing please add it to the comments below.

In the meantime, here’s some of what we’re reading:

29 charts & stats on what matters most to marketers right now
Are you a curious marketer? I hope so! These 29 charts and stats will help satisfy your curiosity about what other marketers around you are doing. Interesting, Ginny Soskey!

Sales fail: 5 surprising questions sales people can’t answer
One of the biggest problems sales people face are not understanding their customers and their wants. Sales people need to make that shift so they can seal the deal. Good stuff Keenan.

4 attributes of your next content marketing superstar
Not everyone has what it takes to be a content marketing superstar. Here are 4 lucky skillsets that can make you a content marketing pro. Good stuff, Michael Gerard.

5 mistakes that hold back your content marketing
Because content marketing is still fairly new in an ever-changing industry, we have to keep up with the changes and adapt. Here are some “new” mistakes you might be making. Great insight Neil Patel!

Sales pitch fails: 7 errors to avoid in your next presentation
Too often, sales people could be 100% prepared for their sales pitch, and still mess up during the presentation. Why is that? Dumb mistakes! Great tips, Jean Gianfagna.

Debunking the 7 myths of marketing in the enterprise
When enterprise are first starting, no one knows how successful they will become. The marketing and branding in the early tools can be some of the best indicators. Interesting point Mamoon Hamid.

The ultimate SEO checklist: 15 steps to optimize your content marketing plan
With search engines always updating their algorithms, it can make content marketers jobs a little tougher. To stay updated, here are 15 ways to make sure you’re always getting the most out of your content marketing plan. Thanks, Tracy Gold!

Culture eats strategy for breakfast
Companies without a strong company culture will fail. You know why? Because if you can’t work together through the tough times, how will you make it to the good? Great insight, Bill Aulet!

Twitter’s founder unintentionally gave content marketers the best advice ever
While Twitter’s founder was referring to companies when he said that we should focus more on taking out steps to make things easier, it applies just the same in content marketing. What does that really mean? Great stuff Jay Acunzo.